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Research and Markets: Global Mobile Broadband Technologies & Services -3G/LTE (2012 - 2016)

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jb54m6/global_mobile) has announced the addition of the "Global Mobile Broadband Technologies & Services -3G/LTE (2012 - 2016)" report to their offering.

Mobile Broadband is here to stay - and it's nothing short of pathetic that nearly every business house is studying the subject to death with a stale approach. This study took on from a different perspective altogether - over the past 1-year, the team scrutinized over 100,000 pages of Official data; reviewed performance of over 300 companies globally; interviewed nearly 100 executives; and studied more than 80 business models.

Global Mobile Broadband Technologies & Services- 3G/LTE 2012 - 2016 spans across the Telecom globe and covers every nerve of the industry - Be it the ammunition on Mobile Broadband market penetration in unserved, underserved regions, stifling churn in saturating markets; analyzing the scope of various technological platforms vis-à- vis Mobile Broadband, traffic management and offloading solutions, Innovative VAS and many morethe Analysts haven't left out anything.

It gives detailed Mobile Broadband forecasts (global and regional) on subscribers, revenues, ARPUs (including 6 global giants), mobile apps, mobile messaging traffic like SMS, MMS, Mobile E-Mail and IM, consumer adoption of various technology platforms etc. in a whooping number of 170 charts and 45 tables. As an add-on, it packs-in 30 compelling case studies on MNOs And App stores.

Key Questions Answered:

Q1: How to optimize data traffic so your networks breathe easier?

Q2: What are the latest penetration techniques MNOs are using across untapped markets?

Q3:How to drive consumer adoption of MBB across stubborn regions/ markets?

Q4:What are the most promising VAS offerings? What role innovative VAS would play in cutting down the churn, and adding numbers to your user base?

Q5:Which MBB Services would thunder in years ahead? What will be the supporting? Business Models?

Q6: How to segment your MBB user class and cater to their personalized needs?

Q7:What are the top MBB Business Settings out there? How other players could learn from them?

Q8:How could the App community exploit opportunity of doing business with MNOs, Handset Makers and Storeowners - and their best propositions?

Q9:Where are the niche markets for desired Mobile App returns; and how early movers can milk these opportunities?

Q10:What formulae do FourOrange advise to tap the unserved markets of AMEA?

Q11:What would be the psychology of smartphone users in next 6 years? What offerings smartphone makers can introduce to enchain the customer beyond conventionalHandset Sales' business model?

Q12:How do MNOs, App Community and Handset Makers collaborate to spread the MBB Addiction?

Q13:What are the latest MBB threats? What old methods MNOs need to forget, and what are the latest out-of-the-box way outs?

Key Topics Covered:

1. Broadband - A Misconception Cleared

2. Global Mobile Broadband (Mbb) Forecasts-Subscribers And Revenues 2012-2016

3. Mobile Broadband-Technologies Fighting For Space

4. Data Traffic Creating Havoc On The Global Highway

5. Mobile Broadband-Blueprints To Taste Success (2012 - 2016)

6. Mobile Broadband Customer Usage Patterns And Volumes (2010 -2016)

7. Mobile Broadband Pricing Models And Churn Poisoning Ploys

8. Global Mobile Messaging-Volumes Beyond Comprehension

9. Mobile Messaging Case Studies

10. Mobile Applications

11. Mobile Applications-Business Models And Case Studies

12. Conclusiona New Beginning Imperative

Companies Mentioned Include:

- O2 UK

- TIM Italy

- Wind Italy

- Vodafone Italy

- T-Mobile Germany

- Vodafone Germany

- E-Plus Germany

- O2 Germany

- Orange France

- AT&T US

- Verizon Wireless

- Sprint US

- T-Mobile

- U.S. Cellular

- Sprint Argentina

- Movistar Argentina

- Sprint Brazil

- Sprint Mexico

- RCom India

- BSNL India

- Tata Tele Services India

- Bharti Airtel India

- Vodafone India

- China Mobile

- China Mobile Hong Kong

- China Unicom

- NTT Docomo

- and many more....

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/jb54m6/global_mobile

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